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Federal Grand Jury Indicts Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner

Winner's lawyer says his client plans to plead not guilty during a court hearing later today. The 25-year-old National Security Agency contractor allegedly gave classified material to a news outlet.

Updated at 3:20 p.m. ET

A federal grand jury has indicted a 25-year-old National Security Agency contractor accused of leaking classified material to a news outlet. Reality Winner of Augusta, Ga., is scheduled to appear in court this afternoon.

Winner's lawyer, Titus Nichols, told NPR's Martin Kaste

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